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MOSCOW, November 18. /TASS/. The secret services of a number of countries have already responded to Russia’s call for assistance in tracking down the perpetrators of the A321 passenger jet blast, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday.
"Yesterday, we issued our official commentary through the department of the information and the press saying that on instructions from the Russian president we have asked the governments of all countries without an exception for assistance in obtaining any information that might provide clues to the whereabouts of those responsible for the terrorist attack and bringing them to justice," Lavrov said. "As far as the response is concerned, we have heard words of solidarity from all capitals. The political response has already followed."
"As for the specifics, such as likely evidence, data and information where the persons involved in that terrorist attack might be, some replies have already been received from special services. This information is not to be disclosed," Lavrov said.